Attributed to Gebr. Ludwig (?) | Clariophone | German | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
A late version of the psallmelodicon, which in 1828 was invented by Johannes Weinrich, a poet and shoemaker living in Heiligenstadt, Germany. Weinrich attempted to make the psallmelodicon an orchestral instrument by endowing it with the chromatic range of the oboe
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**This is a pre order item. Expected to ship within 1 week of purchase. Here we have the Sonic Spring Board, hand built by Electro Lobotomy. The 2 springs produce a wide range of sonic possibilities. The unit features a 1/4" output jack to connect to your favorite effects and amp. 1 pair of sticks are included. The unit can also be played with a bow, chop sticks, and whatever else you can think of. ***This unit does not require power. Just plug in and play! /////// Demo Vid of similar…
electronic projects for musicians - Craig Anderton
Written in simple language, with hundreds of clear illustrations, this guide gives you step-by-step instructions on how to bild pre-amps, tone controls, ring modulators, mixers, and many other inexpensive electronic accessories.
Im Salzburg Museum in der prachtvoll renovierten Neuen Residenz am Mozartplatz bilden wertvolle Kunstobjekte, ästhetische Präsentation, interessante Inhalte und multimediale Installationen ein harmonisches Ganzes.
Fantastic Instruments from Gannon | GetLoFi – Circuit Bending Synth – DIY – Cassette Tape Albums
Aj Gannon’s upcoming album Toy Volcano is aimed to blend Ukulele and Kazoo with lots of circuit bent toys. In the process Aj is taking some very tasty videos and images of instruments created…
Stunning Stands for Korg Volcas Are Here For Everyone
If you're partial, or brave enough, to a bit of DIY, then these stunning stands for the Korg volca machines will turn your head. Better yet, the creator has made the schematics available for everyone.
Turning a toy piano into a standalone digital synthesizer
Electronic musical instruments are fun for Makers. With some cheap tools, know-how and passion, anyone can become a real synth geek. Just ask software developer Liam Lacey, who happens to also be a sound coder and freelance hacker. He recently won element14’s Open Source Music Tech design challenge